The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 6 (October 1, 1930)
|A Charming Scene at the Head of Lake Wakatipu (photo.)||4|
|A Reconstructed Railway Bridge (photos.)||48|
|After Forty Years||59|
|Axemen Felling a Giant Kauri Tree (photo.)||24|
|Beautifying the Railways||57–58|
|By Those Who Like Us||28|
|Co-ordination of Rail and Road Services||10|
|Editorial—“The Railway and its Friends”||5–6|
|General Manager's Message||8|
|History of the Canterbury Railways||41–43|
|Impressions of Railway Travel in Australia||34–36|
|Interesting Railway Occupation||56|
|New Zealand Railways Magazine||39|
|New Zealand Railway Men and Their Interesting Daily Activities (photos.)||32–33|
|Obituary (Mr. C. H. Marcus)||60|
|Our London Letter||17–20|
|Our Women's Section||51–54|
|Pictures of N.Z. Life||25–27|
|Rolling Stock and Sundry Solecisms||14–16|
|Scenes at Ohakune Junction (photos.)||7|
|The “Atlantic” (photo.)||9|
|The History of the Milling Cutter||61–62|
|The New Rail and Motor Route||44–46|
|The Railways and Public Relations||29–31|
|The Way We Go||49–50|
|Wit and Humour||21|
|Workers in the Garden-of-the-Gods||55|
New Zealand Railways Magazine.
The Audit Office, Wellington, N.Z 10th March, 1930.
I hereby certify that the publisher's lists and other records disclose the average circulation of the “New Zealand Railways Magazine” for the twelve months ended February, 1930 as in excess of 23,500 copies per month during the whole of that period, and that during the months of January and February, 1930, the monthly circulation has increased to 24,000 copies.
Controller and Auditor-General.